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5 I K s ; it J . ." . , c 1- t s e * * • " II " K " ,, CURRENT NOTES OF THE TURF. W. W. Harden has worked an Ivan the Terrible B yearling filly an eighth in :11. going to the quarter 1 in :23, with 125 pounds up. The broodmares BnMBpj Sham and Jacqueminot. • purchased at the Ellin udorf Stud ami Clay Brothers dispersal sale bv Robert S. Strader. for Willis ■ Sharp Kilmer, were shipped to liiughaniton. N. V.. • in charge of Johnny Miller. Esuero is in foal to " Transvaal and the other two to Kain. Horses that have been showing Mai work at t Juarez include Conning Tower. Iron Mask. Othello, I Maznik. Wilhite. Strathearn. gtncea aud Slercuriuui. Those that have lieen showing fairly well include e oritnar I-id. Orapsliot. Bogy Johnson. John Graham, Mud Sill. Miss Fielder. Mandadero and Bus., Sand. A special dispaleh of last Saturday to the New York Sun from Paris says: "Charles Carroll of , Carrollfon. and Clarence II. Maekay have shipped to " England for the sailing of the steamship Minnehaha thirteen vearlings especially trained at Chantilly. , to be sold bv the firm of Powers A: Hunter of New York on December 2-".. Four of Harry Payne Whit- nevs raaranwa went with the shipment, but they are not for sale. Mr. Carroll told the correspondent ■ of The Sim that he considered his aud Mr. Mackays vearlings. which came from fashionable sires in II France, would bring ,000 apiece at Tattersalls iu London in pei « time. A recent decree of the j Minister «• Agri-ulture permits the exportation of f vearlings. heretofore forbidden. The sale of Gaston •i Dreyfus h..rses today was not successful, as they v brought low prices."